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Lessons for life

Bill Lambert

Bill Lambert

  • Take charge of events before they take charge of  you
  • Don’t look back except to say: “It was fun while it lasted.  Wasn’t I lucky to have it.   You can have it back Lord”
  • It’s not a question of  “CAN I do it?   The  question is “HOW will I to do it?”
  • If all else fails, read the instructions.
  • In business or the share market; leave something in it for the other guy.
  • Sometimes it pays to take what you can get while it is still there.
  • What God will ask you is: “How did you use the talents I equipped you with?   And how did you share the blessings I gave you?”
  • The only words your boss wants to hear are: “Leave it to me.”
  • Blood is definitely thicker than water.
  • Trust in God; there’s nobody else out there.
  • Count your blessings.
  • You’re never beaten…  until you admit it.
  • If at first you don’t succeed, try, try, try again.  Then quit – you’re only making an ass of your self.
  • How can you find happiness?   Try doing a good turn for someone else.
  • Most of us feel we’ve failed when our children walk away from their faith.    But at least, they’ll know where to find help when they need it most.
  • If there were no misery or pain in the world, there would be no room for kindness and compassion.
  • My favourite bible quote:

Be still and know that I am GOD


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